If you are someone who wants to rethink the way you and others learn, then the Learning 3.0 Camp is for you!
What are Learning 3.0 Camps?
Our camps are 2-day events where you have the opportunity to see Learning 3.0 principles and The Learning Flow in practice, applying them to your own, unique facilitation style.
Why should you join a Learning Camp?
By firstly improving your learning facilitation skills at camp, you will be all set to help creative workers to improve their performance at work by unleashing the power of emergent learning.
The agenda presented here is not fixed, actually, it’s common to see new (and unexpected) topics emerging during camps. However, as Learning 3.0 – the learning system – is the product of learning for our learning camps, you can expect to experience an event that looks like this.
On the other hand, the process of learning used in each camp is quite flexible and navigates across several facilitation and learning techniques. In general, the following techniques are in the bag of our principal facilitators…but, you know: storytelling, narratives, visual thinking, learning shots, peer facilitation, lean coffee, learning canvas, ski lift, open space, speed geeking, lego serious play, innovation games, and a whole host of other, non-branded ones.
Main topics are:
Learning 3.0 Understanding: Forging an understanding about the learning system and its applicability in different contexts;
The Learning Flow:Flowing over (and solving) complex problems by using our sensemaking process for emergent learning.
From principles to practices: Living the Learning 3.0 principles by practicing some concrete tools for learning and performance facilitation;
You as a Learning 3.0 facilitator:Building your own Learning 3.0 tools and experiences and getting ready for making a revolution of learning in your workplace.
Why people love our learning camps?
Managers and entrepreneurs because during the camp they discover emergent ways to improve business results by blending learning and performance through Learning 3.0.
Trainers love our camps because they see how to move from training to facilitation more clearly, from saying to sharing, from developing material to curating content.
Change agents: If learning is easy, changing is easy! So why as a change agents are we focusing on improving change and not on improving learning? It strikes during the camp, and they love it.
Agile Coaches and Scrum Masters should foster and nurture self-organisation in teams. And guess what? Self-organisation is intrinsically linked to emergent learning, the scientific side of Learning 3.0. After the camp they are ready to promote emergent learning across their organisation; their teams love it and so do they.
Product Owners need to learn more about customer needs, continuously. By applying emergent techniques, they discover a new world of opportunity in which they see how to use Learning 3.0 for product and requirements discovery…and they love it.